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Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

John Jackson letter

 File — Folder 1: [31197231045730]
Identifier: MSS 1214
Scope and Contents Handwritten and signed letter, dated 2 May 1849, written in Centerville, Utah, and addressed to John and Sarah Witmer. Jackson expresses regards and writes about some local activities. Also included is a handwritten and signed letter from John Jackson addressed to "Dear Children."

Whitmer family papers and photographs

 File — Folder 1: [31197225531463]
Identifier: MSS 3198
Scope and Contents Three items, as follows: 1) Civil War letter dated 13 September 1864, "Camp near St. Joseph, Missouri," written from A. [Alexander] Whitmer to his father, John. 1 pg. writes that one boy has been discharged and that some of the boys are homesick; 2) Printed program for the "Sunday School and Religion Convention of the Far West District." St. Joseph, Missouri, Jan. 16-17, 1915; 3) Prints of 26 digitally scanned photographs relating to the Whitmer family. Most are unidentified except for a few...

John Whitmer letter

 File — Folder 1: [31197231045805]
Identifier: MSS 1221
Scope and Contents Handwritten and signed letter, dated 1 March 1871, and addressed to "Dear Children." The item was written in Far West, Missouri. Whitmer wishes his children good health and extends an invitation to them to visit him. Also included are salutations from Whitmer's son, Jake Whitmer.

John Whitmer letter

 File — Folder 1: [31197231045748]
Identifier: MSS 1215
Scope and Contents Handwritten and signed letter, dated 29 Aug. 1837, and addressed to the Mormon Church leaders, David Whitmer and Oliver Cowdery. Whitmer writes about the title to lands in Far West, Missouri. The sheet also includes a some miscellaneous notes and scribblings from 1862. Also included is a typescript of the item.

John Whitmer letters received

 Collection — Folder 1: [31197231045839]
Identifier: MSS 1224
Scope and Contents Collection contains two letters and a postcard received by John Whitmer and his family. The letters focus on family news, including a letter from Alexander Whitmer complaining of the conditions of the Union Army during the Civil War, a letter from David P. Whitmer lamenting the death of his child, Harry G. Whitmer, and a postcard announces the birth of a baby boy to members of the Whitmer family in 1916.